For most businesses today, protecting business interests means protecting intellectual property (IP).
The lawyers in the Business and Finance Department at Rosenn Jenkins & Greenwald, LLP often work with businesses operating in Pennsylvania to handle intellectual property matters.
We primarily represent individuals, small and mid-sized companies, educational institutions and non-profit entities. We also to partner with law firms seeking the guidance of a trademark or copyright attorney on intellectual property issues:
- Trade secrets
- Service marks
- Industrial design rights
- License agreements
- Confidentiality agreements
- Non-disclosure agreements
Rosenn Jenkins & Greenwald, LLP is the largest and oldest law firm in Northeastern Pennsylvania. It has expanded beyond its original Wilkes-Barre location to include and additional office in Hazleton.
We assist clients in obtaining the exclusive rights to musical, literary and artistic works, as well as discoveries, inventions, slogans, symbols and designs. Our focus is on helping intellectual property owners reap the financial benefits of their ideas, so we look to ways of expanding business potential while minimizing the risks of litigation.
Our attorneys offer a broad range of services for clients with IP needs. We provide copyright and patent infringement defense, conduct trademark searches, write opinion letters, register trademarks, trade names and patents, and complete copyright applications. We also help structure non-disclosure agreements and confidentiality agreements to protect our clients’ interests.
We have a licensed patent attorney on staff who is admitted to practice before state and federal courts, including the U.S. Court of Customs & Patent Appeals and the Supreme Court of the United States, as well as the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Intellectual property laws are of special importance when employees create ideas or develop products within the scope of their employment. For professors publishing academic papers or researchers and inventors developing new technology, the question of who owns the rights is often a large one. We represent many business and academic clients in the protection of intellectual property. For these clients, seeking our assistance is just a smart way to do business.